staid

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  • He felt the influence himself, although he staid there only a few days. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. I, No. 19, August 6, 1870, by Various
  • At six he went to the king, with whom he staid till seven. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 376, February 1847, Vol. 61
  • We are getting too staid, and we need some child-life in the house. Cited from Phebe, Her Profession, by Anna Chapin Ray
  • But when he reached the sitting-room door he wished he had staid away. Cited from The End Of The World, by Edward Eggleston
  • They staid two days, and then carried away all the people whom they did not kill. Cited from The History of Mary Prince, by Mary Prince
  • Even staid old horses will do it on a very cold morning. Cited from Ranching, Sport and Travel, by Thomas Carson
  • We better have staid at home, than to risk our party in his hands. Cited from The Bobbin Boy, by William M. Thayer
  • Now it is time that we should part; you have staid here too long already. Cited from Guy Livingstone, by George A. Lawrence
  • We took in water at this place, where we staid two days. Cited from General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VI, by Kerr
  • Have you so soon forgotten the fact that you are a staid married woman? Cited from The Mystery of the Four Fingers, by Fred M. White
  • We staid here one day and took in a supply of water. Cited from General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VI, by Kerr
  • I staid there that night, though I had never told him of my condition. Cited from The Wonders of Prayer, by Various
  • I hardly saw a green field, but staid in town to work, without working much. Cited from Life Of Johnson, Vol. 3,Boswell, ed. Birkbeck Hill
  • He staid with me, and every month won more and more of my confidence. Cited from Cord and Creese, by James de Mille
  • He staid by it a long time, looking at all its parts. Cited from Fifty Famous Stories Retold, by James Baldwin
  • It would be strange if they had; for he did not make any while he staid. Cited from The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Vol. 2: Elia, by Charles Lamb
  • He came to my house and staid with me some time. Cited from The Women of the Arabs, by Henry Harris Jessup
  • Soon after our arrival the people began to come together for night meeting at the house where we staid. Cited from Life and Labors of Elder John Kline, the Martyr Missionary, John Kline
  • He supposed he might stay fifty days -- and he staid fifty years and over. Cited from Old Creole Days, by George Washington Cable
  • Was there ever such a night before in our staid city? Cited from Yesterdays with Authors, by James T. Fields
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